A Place to Gather & Create

portland, Oregon

Gather & Create


A place to gather and create

Tillamook Station

Tillamook Station is nestled within the old Triangle Milling building, built in 1932 when the railroad ran right up to its back doors. The station neighbors a variety of artists, makers and craftspeople. The building was built out by owners Yvonne & Nathan Emerson with the intentions of crafting an inspiring tailor-made space to work and play.


creative community events

Workshops, Art Shows, Location Shoots and Private Events

Tillamook Station is a creative collective, opening it’s doors for community events in art, design, and other shared interests. The Gallery hosts workshops, lectures, art shows, private and other creative events.


Erik Marionvich Wemake sketchXchange

Aaron Draplin Logo Workshop

Flyfishing Workshop

birthday bash

tanksgiving Dinner

Wedding party

Gemma O'Brien Lettering Workshop

Design Week Portland, Make & Mary 420 Woodburning Workshop


the collective at Tillamook Station

We are a collective of creatives—making, celebrating, and doing.




the Study

We are day-dream believers, risk takers, story tellers, and formula makers. The Study is a graphic design boutique that works with craftsmen, festivals,
non-profits, educators, artists, agencies, connoisseurs, start-ups, movie properties, chefs; people.

Make & Mary

Make & Mary creates clean beauty skincare solutions using herbal adaptogens, cannabis aromatherapy and full spectrum CBD. We are a clean beauty brand that makes experiences and products with a focus on self care and community. Our mission is to nourish the the creative soul inspired by plant medicine.


Barbari is a lifestyle brand for those that like to get lifted but keep their feet on the ground.

We seek to enrich the herbal experience by providing you with items that both smooth and amplify your lifestyle as you float into your downtime on your own terms.




Industrial Row


Located on N Tillamook and Interstate, just north of the Broadway Bridge. Easy access to the MAX Yellow line and station at Albina.